Unvaccinated “pure bloods” could possibly have messenger RNA transferred to them from vaccinated people, according to renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough.
Speaking to Action4Canada founder Tanya Gaw, McCullough referenced a study covered on his Substack last month, in which French researcher Helene Banoun concluded it was possible to transfer, or “shed,” mRNA between unvaccinated and vaccinated people.
‘It looks like the messenger RNA IS transferring from the vaccinated to the unvaccinated’ ~ Dr Peter McCullough pic.twitter.com/qk4RcjHBZO
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“Banoun summarizes – this is disturbing – ‘It looks like the messenger RNA is transferring from the vaccinated to the unvaccinated now,” McCullough told Gaw.
McCullough went on to point out a paper by Tudor Emanuel Fertig and other scientists additionally found mRNA can be detected in the blood up to two weeks after vaccination.
“And the curves were not going down. That’s as long as they looked,” the doctor noted, adding that another study found mRNA was also discovered in the blood of vaccinated mothers up to 15 days after vaccination.
The studies suggest the very likely possibility that mRNA can be transferred between people, McCullough says.
“So it’s now clear, I think the mRNA – that’s the greatest concern was could you take a vaccine inadvertently by close contact [i.e.] kissing, sexual contact, breastfeeding – and it looks like the answer is yes.”